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Subject: Higher Budget for Roger Corman
Clearly, Roger Corman had a bigger budget than usual for this flick. However, after paying Karloff and young Nicholson, he couldn't afford real rocks. I was amused at how many scenes showed the floating rocks.
Some movie directors (like Corman) must really think dead people putrify rather than dessicate (dehydrate).
Lots of unanswered questions: Why the beach? Why the soldier with a horse on the beach? Why the temtress on the beach with the soldier and a horse? All-in-all, worth a watch. Decent escapism.
(Spoiler Alert) Why couldn't the old woman (who was younger than Karloff) tell that Karloff's character was her son, who was thought to have died only 20 years earlier? Why did the manservant make the mistake of killing the wrong man?
Subject: The Terror
Loved it. Brought back memories. Dick Miller. Wow. Boris and Jack. Francis. Wow. Thanks.
Subject: One Big Noticeable Gaffe
I've seen this film so many times since I was a kid but the one thing I always get a kick out of is the climax. The crypt is flooding and caving in and the falling stones are FLOATING IN THE WATER! I LOVE IT !
Subject: ....Classic Corman Quickie..
...Shot on the set of "The Raven" (as they were tearing down sets around them)..This was Nicholson's 7th film..Karloff's scenes were shot in three days..A Favorite..Nice print..Kudos to uploader..!
Subject: Great Post!
Excellent picture and sound! This the best of the uploads of this old classic. Good color, contrast, and brightness. Plus, it's the TRUE full wide aspect of the original. Not a cheap full field blow-up and cropped wide to fool people. Great post!!! Thanks *****
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Subject: FIVE STARS FROM ME - THANKS FOR POSTING
A young officer(Jack Nickolson) in Napoleon's army pursues a mysterious woman to the castle of an elderly Baron. We will be streaming this movie from our site with classic commercials and trailers at http://act1nowplaying.com/MOVIE2TheTerror1963horrorcolor1hr20min06012011.aspx
Subject: Ah, how come we can't see i?
Nice thumbnail but download area. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!